Pro Football: Any Time, Any Place

There are three things a businessman can do about competition. He can fight it. He can join it. Or, like the National Football League, he can pretend it isn't there. But the five-year-old American Football League is getting too big to overlook. With half the 1964 season still to go, attendance in the eight-team A.F.L. is already nearing the 1,000,000 mark, and next year, a new TV contract will dump $900,000 a season into each club's coffers. Maybe all that money is going to their heads. Last week the New York Jets...

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